Loved you yesterday,
Love you still,
Always have, Always will

Damaged people are dangerous...they know they can survive

When the power of love overcomes the love of power, the world will know peace ~Jimi Hendrix

Let us reach for the world that ought to be. We can understand that there will be war, and still strive for peace. ~President Obama

The aim of life is to live, and to live means to be aware...joyously, drunkenly, serenely, divinely aware." -Henry Miller

"Truth is everybody is going to hurt you, you just gotta find the ones worth suffering for."
-Bob Marley


Lilypie Premature Baby tickers

Tuesday, March 30, 2010


Now I know what you're thinking...this is not Part 2 of the honeymoon. But...I haven't really been at home (at all) since I did that last post and since that's where the pictures are, I kind of have to be there.

It's coming though...I promise. Now back to the point.

I've heard about them since they came out.

I've seen them once or twice.

My brother got one for Christmas...with rave reviews from the beyond-tech-savvy eldest Kirk.


Then we went on our honeymoon which, naturally, meant a whole lot of people watching at various aiports. It seemed like they were everywhere. People sitting there, rubbing it in my face: I have one and you don't.

Did they know they were doing it? Probably not, but that's alright. Pleae just let me wallow.

Facebook peeps probably already know where this is going, because I've been talking about it already this morning and felt it warranted its very own post!

I'm talking about the Kindle. This beautiful, handy, wireless, book downloader/reader for the person who loves to read. Books, magazines,'s insane, the possibilities! And you don't have to hook it up to your computer to get the these things, like an ipod. You search for them, buy them (only $10 a pop for most books) and download them, wirelessly, in basically the blink of an eye right on the little guy.


I HAVE to have it! I've been staring at it all morning on the computer and trying to wish it into my hands, hasn't worked yet.

Who has one?

Let me know what you think about them.

Friday, March 26, 2010

Our Wedding and O'ahu

So, for those who didn't know...Me and Kevin got married on March 15th. It was the perfect day and it honestly couldn't have gone better.

Absolutely perfect.

I only have a couple of pics from the wedding for now, all courtesy of Kevin's sister, Heather and her phone.

Thank you Heather, I hope you don't mind me using these. They're all I got right now.

Kevin's brother-in-law, Wes, married us.

I'm still not sure if he understands how much that meant to us.

He did make me cry which was uncool, but I think under the circumstances I can let it slide.

Wes making his speech :)

The rings
**The Kiss...Heather's comment made me
notice that I forgot to put this one up!! **

Cutting the cake, which was made out of

fruity pebble crispy treats.

My little surprise for Kevin.

I'm not sure why this one is so small

and the others aren't, but that is us

kissing after the cup-cake smash.

Kevin and his boys.

Kevin in back, then Ty, Bronson, and John.

Now, I don't know if everything really went perfectly, or if I was just too euphoric (I don't know if that's correct, but oh well) to notice, but either way it was a great day.

I'll put up some more pictures from Stacy when I get them back.

Now for Hawai'i.

I'm not putting up a lot of pictures because, well there are a lot and it would take forever. But...

Our first glimpse of O'ahu after that too-long-of-a-plane-ride.

Our view from breakfast in the morning.

We went to Pearl Harbor which, coming from a former Marine wife who has seen her share of military/US history, was absolutely amazing. One of the most serene, solemn places I've ever been to.

I'll put up some more in a different post...its too hard to keep moving the pictures down further and further.

Stay tuned for "The Honeymoon; Part 2"

Friday, March 5, 2010

I got my bridals back.

All of them.

I am in love.

Kevin doesn't look at my don't worry.

I'm totally digging this one....and looking at those shoes, I'm sad that I "shouldn't" wear them to my friend's wedding tomorrow.

"They're just too cha-cha for words!"

"This is goin' in the hair-do hall of fame"

I think I need to watch Steel Magnolias. Everything that can be commented on today, gets a comment from that movie.

One more for good measure